By now, the journey of Desus & Mero going from Twitter’s most-retweeted funnymen to media darlings is known to most. After the ending of their popular show on Viceland, it has since come out that the network pulled the plug two months early on the pair, who both suggest that they were largely undervalued.
Desus and The Kid Mero captured the hearts of Twitter long before their onscreen fame by way of their popular nighttime talk show, Desus & Mero. According to a new report, the pair is allegedly leaving Viceland to take their talents to the Showtime network although nothing has been officially announced as of yet.
Action Bronson continues his dominance in fields of media with his fourth Viceland show, The Untitled Action Bronson Show, coming to late night this month.
The Hip-Hop community is still mourning the loss of Prodigy. In what seems to be his final interview, the Mobb Deep MC details his battle with sickle cell, seeing demons and why he didn’t believe in God.